EDC

6 Downfalls of Paper-based or Spreadsheet Methods for Clinical Trial Data Collection

Research shows electronic participant reporting yields higher quality data and better participation rates than paper-based diaries and that ePRO elicits significantly greater subject compliance, sometimes as high as 97%1. A number of factors contribute to a research professional’s decision-making process for choosing a clinical trial data collection tool. For researchers who have always conducted their […]

The Future of Clinical Research: Packaged in an App

Now available on the App Store, TrialKit™ is an EDC system that enables researchers to build, deploy and manage an unlimited number of regulatory compliant studies entirely on a mobile device with no programming involved. This native mobile app makes enrolling and engaging study participants simple and straightforward for research teams. RENO/TAHOE, NV (PRWEB) MAY […]

Clinical Research Gone Fully Mobile: Introducing TrialKit™

Electronic Data Capture (EDC) systems have changed considerably over the past several years. We can still remember the days when EDC systems were limited to the simplest of data collection, incapable of configuration. Today, modern systems are highly configurable and expedite the research process much more than paper studies ever could. But there has always […]
Academic clinical research using Clinical Studio

6 Reasons Why Clinical Studio Is the Ultimate eClinical Solution for Academic Clinical Research

UPDATED: This post was updated for 2018 to reflect new information and more examples. Enjoy! Academic research is where all clinical research begins. Whether you consider investigators exploring new theories or students learning how trials are run – who then go on to larger industry organizations – academic institutions are the foundation for it all. Academic […]

A Mobile Strategy For Clinical Researchers

UPDATED: This post was updated for 2017 to reflect new information and more examples. Enjoy! Do you have a mobile strategy? What does this mean? We keep hearing this question in various forms throughout the industry, but what does it actually mean? In this post, we work toward answering this question and outline what should be/what […]

Rethinking the Need for “Signatures” in EDC Systems

Clinical research shares a number of common requirements and needs for improvement as other industries. One familiar example immediately comes to mind: why do we continue to provide a signature for our credit card transactions? It turns out the answer, in large part, is because that’s the way it’s always been done. This directly translates […]

How Responsive Forms Benefit Your Research

The greatest advantage of using web-based software, which can be accessed any place at any time, is how easily and rapidly the tools can be altered to meet user needs. Better known as ‘app updates,’ this is for enhancements and fixes alike. Without question, the dynamic and variety of research studies that take place around […]

The Age of Data Collection

via GIPHY UPDATED: This post was updated for 2018 to reflect new information and more examples. Enjoy! It’s the age of data. Collection of data is what drives world technology at such an alarming rate. Students of medical research and those involved in the field are learning and practicing in a unique era where we are […]

The Data, The Whole Data, And Nothing But The Data

This is the second in a two part article describing important points to consider when designing case report forms (CRFs) in an electronic data capture (EDC) system for use in a clinical trial.  Click here for Part 1. Capturing time points on a CRF requires some careful thought.  If a series of time points are […]

Did You Get The Right Answer? That Depends On How You Asked.

This is the first in a two part article describing important points to consider when designing Case Report Forms (CRFs) in an Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system for use in a clinical trial.  Click here for Part 2. When designing CRFs, it is important to ask the right questions, but it is equally important to […]